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MV Spirit of France
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The cross-Channel passenger ferry, MV Spirit of France entered service with P&O Ferries in February 2012. She is one of a pair of 49,000-tonne Spirit class ships operating between Dover and Calais. They are the largest vessels ever to serve the route.

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